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Smarter Every Day is objectively one of the most consistent creators of first-rate science education content available anywhere. Creator Destin Sandlin selects topics situated at the rare intersections of evolving knowledge and practical usefulness to inspire viewers to explore material most of us would never know existed otherwise. More importantly, he does so with touchingly earnest curiosity, humility and excitement that mark him as a once-in-a-generation educator. As a boy I turned to Mr. Wizard's World (Don Herbert) for this sort of inspiration and encouragement and now as a man I turn to Destin and Smarter Every Day. See More
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Each video is edited to perfection, maintaining a brisk narrative pace without sacrificing the key breakthrough pieces of knowledge that connect each piece to the next. At the end you want to build on what you've learned and research further while waiting for the next installment. See More
The most valuable lessons are the ones that teach you what you didn't realize you didn't know. Supporting those choices are the use of elite recording equipment and eminent research facilities to present the concepts in the most illustrative and captivating ways possible. See More
Most of their videos are 'compilations', 1 hour long videos. This is not okay for parents who have data caps on their Internet plans because YouTube finishes buffering even if the child is only 2 mins into the video. And if the child decides to clicks another video, the buffer on the first video just goes to waste. See More